Pre-K-6th grade students returning for in-person learning came back on February 16, while students in grades 7-12 returned on February 22.
Books for Parents
- Adderholdt, Miriam. Perfectionism: What's Bad About Being Too Good, 1992.
- Abraham, Willard. Common Sense About Gifted Children, 1958.
- Alvino, James. Parents' Guide to Raising a Gifted Child, 1985.
- Berger, Sandra. College Planning for Gifted Students, 1989.
- Carlson, Nancy. Help! For Parents of Gifted and Talented Children, 1984.
- Carl, Barbara. Growing Up, Fifth Edition, 1997.
- Cohn, Sanford. Smart Boys, 2001.
- Halsted, Judith. Guiding Gifted Readers: From Preschool Through High School, 1985.
- Kerr, Barbara. Smart Girls, Gifted Women, 1985.
- Smart Girls, Gifted Women II, 1997.
- Smart Boys, 2001
- Malli, Jackie. Diamonds in the Dust: Discover and Develop Your Child's Gifts, 1985.
- Moore, Linda. Does This Mean My Kid's a Genius?, 1981.
- Perino, Shelia. Parenting the Gifted, Developing the Promise
- Rimm, Sylvia. Underachievement Syndrome: Causes and Cures, 1986.
- Rimm, Sylvia. How To Parent So Children Will Learn, 1990.
- Rodger, Karen. Re-Forming Gifted Education, 2002
- Saunders, Jacqulyn. Bringing Out the Best, 1988.
- Smuty, Joan Franklin. Stand Up for Your Gifted Child, 2001
- Takacs, Carol. Enjoy Your Gifted Child, 1986.
- Walker, Sally. The Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Kids, 1992.
- Webb, James. Guiding the Gifted Child: A Practical Source for Parents and Teachers, 1994.
- West, Thomas. In the Mind's Eye: Visual Thinkers, Gifted People
- With Learning Difficulties, Computer Images, and the Ironies of Creativity, 1991
View the list of recommended books for parents and educators regarding learning disabilities, ADHD and other issues. This list is by no means exhaustive, but is intended to provide you with a starting point for increasing your knowledge.